The ASL Sentence Repetition Task (ASL-SRT) is an adaptation of the TOAL-3 (Test of Adult & Adolescent Language). Subjects hear one sentence at a time and are instructed to repeat each sentence exactly as they hear it. The sentences start out easy with fewer words and simpler grammatical structure and gradually increase in difficulty. The difficulty level at which subjects can accurately repeat the sentence has been shown to correlate well with level of competence. Raylene Paludneviciene adapted the sentence repetition task for ASL, piloted and revised it to the stimulus list shown here.